"Adrianol": instructions for use

Instructions for use nasal drops "Adrian"


Nasal drops "Adrianol" is prescribed for the treatment of acute, chronic rhinitis, sinusitis, as well as an adjunct to prevent edema in diagnostic procedures or operations on the upper respiratory tract. The preparation includes phenylephrine and trimazolin, which are vasoconstrictor agents. They have on the nasal mucosa anti-edema effect. Reducing edema normalizes nasal breathing and reduces pressure in the paranasal sinuses and in the middle ear. The solution has a viscous consistency, so it increases the effect of the drug.
Release drops "Adrianol" for adults and for children (under the age of 5 years). One milliliter of droplets for adults contains 1.5 mg of trimazolin hydrochloride and 1 mg of phenylephrine hydrochloride, one milliliter of Adrianol Infant contains 500 μg of trimazolin hydrochloride and 500 μg of phenylephrine hydrochloride.Auxiliary substances are ammonia water, phenylmercury borate, methylcellulose, glycerol, ethanol 96%, citric acid monohydrate, purified water, sodium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate. Drops produced in dropper bottles having a volume of 10 milliliters.
Adults and children from five years old need one or three drops of the remedy in each nasal passage four times a day. Children between the ages of one and five take 2 drops of the drug in each nostril three times a day. Infants drop one drop of money into each nostril half an hour before the start of feeding. The duration of the use of "Adrianol" is not more than seven days, after which they take a break for several days. In chronic rhinitis, you can continue to use the drug after a break of several days. With prolonged use (longer than twenty days) may decrease its therapeutic effect.

"Adrianol": side effects and contraindications


“Adrianol” is usually well tolerated, rare side effects can be manifested by burning, dryness or soreness of the nasal mucosa. The drug is contraindicated in case of hypersensitivity to the components, thyrotoxicosis, pheochromocytoma,atherosclerosis, glaucoma, severe kidney disease, high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, atrophic rhinitis. It is not recommended to use nasal drops “Adrianol” together with MAO inhibitors, as well as within ten days after the end of their administration.
"Adrianol" is sold without a prescription. The drug is stored in a dark dry place, at a temperature not higher than 25 ° C, the shelf life is three years.

Date: 10.10.2018, 00:06 / Views: 55434

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